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    September 6, 2010
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efrain valdemoro, efrain valdemoro. why a tool kip tale used to find bodies will not be back ott the site of a landfill search for a missing hercules man. >> driving concerns we will tell you why holiday weekends present special problems for first responders. >> we currently have mostly clear skies across the entire bay area, coming up a temperature change you will definitely notice in you labor day. >> also a teenaged girl jumps out a moving car on the freeway. the comments from officers on why she did it. the morning news continues. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> good morning. happy labor day, thank you for joining us on this monday, september 6th. i am pam cook. >> it is a holiday. >> yes, it is. >> good morning. i am dave clark, let's check weather and traffic, mark tamayo is in for steve. good morning. >> good morning to you, a
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beautiful day across the entire bay area plenty of sunshine out there. some fog developing -- [ inaudible ] >> -- for the coast, warmest locations inland on track to reach the 80s and the wind will pick up 10 to 20 miles an hour. i will tell you when we can expect a double digit cool down. sal now has an update on traffic. good morning. >> good morning. 680 northbound looks like we have some lane closures. looks like they tried to pick a time when a lot of people would not be driving to do this. northbound 680 at least two lanes shut down past fremont and the sunol grade. also this morning's commute on westbound highway 4 looking good on this holiday. now let's go back to dave and pam. >> 6:01. in just two hours police officers and volunteers will go back to a landfill in the east bay. they are looking for the body of the man believed to be the 5th victim of last week's deadly rampage. kraig debro joins us in pittsburgh with more on this.
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>> reporter: good morning. in two hours when that search starts with they will not be justing a cadaver dog, police say it is a waste of the dog's time and it is a waste of the searcher's time because the area is simply too large. frederick salas has been missouri since august 26th. police believe he has been in the landfill for most of that time. >> they may have found a piece of letterhead that had a hercules address but that is about it. >> reporter: police marked off an acre inside the landfill and are using a backhoe to dig through tons of garbage. they are looking for a body and not a survivor. police say he was brought here by garbage collectors. police say they know who is sponge, the same man who murdered four other people, he
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stole or borrowed a cadillac, used it to put his body in a dumpster at a business park, where he used to work. police say he was spotted at a home. the home was owned by his girlfriend. but salas and another man rented rooms from that owner. police say he was jealous of tran living with three other man and that is the motive for her strangulation death, the bludgeoning death and the disappearance. hes also dead, police shot him, killed him last monday night following a high speed chase. police say he strangled her during the chase. police believe he is connected with or responsible for the
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deaths of two other women. last week their bodies were found on his property. he stayed there for the last 10 years. now we are going to be trying to call the other person in that home, the brother of one, the son of another, now dead. >> last night friends and family members gathered to remember the four victims of that deadly rampage. [ singing ] >> bought 100 people gathered at market hall. the grieving family members of his girlfriend re among those attending the memorial. a family friend read an emotional statement written by her son. >> we truly love our mom with all our hearts and we know she is looking over us at this very
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moment. >> last night the vigil included one controversial decision, mourners lit one candle for the accused killer, organizers say their goal is to promote peace and understanding, not to judge the actions of others. >> 6:04. we have got breaking news now. concord police just found a missing wheelchair bound woman who is paralyzed from the beast down. amanda sloane called the police yesterday. she said she fell out of her wheelchair and needed immediate help. volunteers were searching the area for several hours and were not able to find her but claudine wong now tells us authorities have now found her. she will have all the details coming up at 6:30. also the chp wants to knowy a teenage girl jumped out of a moving car on a freeway.
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investigators think she may have jumped out after an argument with her boyfriend. the girl was treated for minor injuries then released to her parents. her boyfriend is in jail this morning, he is facing charges of resisting arrest. >> some homeless people say a mcdonalds is trying to get rid of them by eliminating its dollar menu. jade hernandez joins us now from san francisco with more on the story. >> reporter: good morning. a buck used to go a long way at mcdonalds. it used to get you a god size mcdouble. not anymore. we are live at this mock donald's in the height ashbury neighborhood, the only mcdonalds which has done away with its dollar menu. the sign says no trespassing, no lightering and a 30 minute time limit while consuming food, all rules could curb problems this particular mcdonalds has had with the homeless outside its doors, the chronicle reports this morning the franchise owner of this
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mcdonalds took away the menu about a month ago, homeless people are upset saying it was pulled to get them to go elsewhere. the difference in price is a couple of quarters. the article states that the franchise owner says she doesn't offer the dollar menu anymore based on a number of factors, none of which have anything to do with the homeless but for now customers, whether they are homeless or not, won't have a choice, if they want a dollar menu they will have to go somewhere else and skip the mcdonalds right here n san francisco. reporting live, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >> a livermore father is in jail this morning on suspicion of stabbing his 14-year-old son 11 times. it all happened yesterday when 48-year-old gary gomez took his wife, his son and his son's friends fishing. gomez became angry when one of the friends said he had to go home. investigators say when his son
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interfered gomez stabbed the boy 11 times with a fishing knife. the wife was also stabbed once in the hand. none of the injuries are life- threatening. san francisco police are investigating the cause of a deadly crash that killed two young men and injured three others. the victims, 19-year-old robbie mccam and 20-year-old nick saturday meanto of daily city were graduateds of ocean anna high school. former classmates gathered at the site yesterday. they brought flowers and shared memories. >> it is heartbreaking for all of us. they were talking about in the car how all of us are together you know -- [ inaudible ] >> -- graduated. >> police say they were riding in a honda late saturday night. for some unknown reason it turned perpendicular to traffic, that is when another car carrying three people crashed into the side of the honda. the three victims in the toy
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atthat were transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, police are trying to determine whether alcohol was a factor. >> sal -- sal has been telling us how the chp is going to be real busy and real visible. right? >> that's right. they are out in force for the holiday woke end. so far they have made 167 arrests for dui in the bay area alonso just take it easy out there. designated driver this weekend. let's go out and take a look at what we have. highway 4 looks good up to the willow pass grade. this is not a commute day. this is 880 north and southbound, traffic is well in both directions, i should audit is not a commute day for most. some people have to work. it looks nice through the valley right now. 6:09 here is mark. >> hi there, sal, good morning to you. today the big headline for this for your labor day will be warming up, in fact it is the warmest day of the entire week, temperatures 70s, 80s to 90s, elevated fire danger, we do not have red flag warnings in place
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but still the offshore winds in place fire danger somewhat on the increase at least for today. our friends in san jose 58. a beautiful day near the coastline. fog developing around monterrey batch but for a god portion a good portion of the bay temperatures right on track. right around 56 degrees enjoy today because things changing tomorrow. it strengthens labor day and there is a good bet of drizzle first thing wednesday morning, but temperatures cooling off by wednesday. the warmest locations barely making it up into the lower
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70s. for today the complete opposite. the eventually temperature range from the 70s near the immediate store line, 80s around the bay and there is that red contour reflecting the 90s later on this afternoon. here is the time line for your day for labor day and the temperature range once again. richmond 83, concord 94, antioch 95, los gatos 91. your five-day-forecast, cooling trend kicks in by tuesday, by wednesday warmest loskses only 60s to lower 70s and a little bit of recovery in those numbers by thursday and also into friday. another weather check just minutes away. >> thank you mark, 6:11 is the time right now, a mysterious flyer is causing concern at muni, what it suggests workers should do that could effect thousands of people trying to get to work.
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sure, like that'll happen. don't just think about it -- spend 10 minutes at lendingtree and save up to $258 a month. good morning. welcome back. in iraq american troops were drawn into a gun battle over days after their mission was supposed to have ended. troops were call in to provide cover for soldiers when armed fighters attacked a military base. they set off a car bomb and fought their way inside the building before they were killed. at least 12 people were killed in the fight inch. no american troops were hurt. in afghanistan an american
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member of the international force was killed in the eastern part of that country. this was the 5th death among u.s. troops in afghanistan in just the first few days of september. >> this week the california supreme court will hear arguments on whether the governor has the authority to make state employees take unpaid days off. on wednesday three lawsuits by state employees will be considered. they claim the constitution does not give the governor the power to order furloughs. the governor says it does during a fiscal emergency. >> 6:15. some muni passengers could possibly find themselves stranded at their bus stops next week. somebody is circulating a flyer among muni praters telling them to call in sick between september 14th and the 17th. it is not clear exactly who is behind this push for a sickout but the union says it has nothing to do with it. the wording. flyers suggests it could have come from somebody angry about
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management's plans to change sick leave and overtime policies. >> right now 6:15 and we want to check in on traffic. cal fire just reported something, sal. >> yeah, it is actually a car fire here, pam and dave, southbound 680 at the sunol exit. just came in over the police radios. there is a car on fire, fire department on the way. let's go out and take a look at westbound 24. right now that traffic looks pretty good as you drive to the tunnel. again, most people don't have to work but some people do, like traffic reporters for example, just pull that name out of the hat. let's take a look at northbound 101 as you approach the 80 split that traffic looks good. that morning's commute on 280 northbound moves well up to highway 17. some meteorologists have to work today, right, mark tamayo? >> that's right, even a few had to work last night even up to 11:00 sal so we are up bright and early for this monday morning for your labor day and
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you can see mostly clear skies out there and not sobriety yet but it will be and temperatures warmest locations low to mid 90s later on this afternoon. right now santa rosa 49 degrees, oakland 55, san jose 58, livermore upper 50sth at 57 degrees. here is the plan. for the coast mostly clear skies this morning. there is fog right around monterrey bay. by 3:00 this afternoon we are expecting low 70s. right around the ridge of the bay, few locations around 83 to 85 degrees. the interior more sunshine. nothing extreme but in the 90s on either side of 94 degrees. here is a look at the numbers san francisco 82. santa rosa 91, antioch mid-90s, san jose 89, morgan hill 94, today beautiful. the big weather story at least developing will be this, a significant drop off in temperatures tuesday and wednesday, warmest locations only lower 70s and a bump in
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the numbers by thursday and also into friday. another weather check in just a few minutes. >> well, a judge must still approve it but google has worked out a sendment. seven g-mail users filed the suit claiming it violated their privacy when it exposed their contact list. if the users win most of the $8.5 million will go to privacy organizations. 2 million will go to lawyers. google says it did not violate laws. a new poll shows more than 80% of americans asked think the u.s. economy is in poor shape. 37% of the people questioned rate the country's economic condition as poor, withen more calling it very poor. only 18% describe it as god and 1-5 predict things will get even worse in the months ahead. >> you tell me, is it a stunt? we will tell you why no one
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knows for sure what craigslist means by censoring itself. >> and a mysterious discovery near a popular tourist attraction that caused police to rapel down hundreds of feet over the side of a cliff. >> chp and area police are everywhere trying to keep the holiday roads safe. we will tell you how they are doing it coming up.
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good morning to you. welcome back. time now 6:21. president obama traveled this week and taking with him several new ideas for boosting the struggling economy. our reporter sandra endo is in washington now with what is at stake for the president and for the democrats. good morning, sandra. >> reporter: well, good morning, dave. certainly a lot is at stake and that is why the president is gearing fop a big fight come the fall as -- as well as the democrats actually and now that is why the president is really honing on on the issue that matters most for american voters. president obama's focus is on turning the economy around. this week he is laying out the problem and trying to offer solutions. >> for decades middle class families felt the sting of stagnant incomes and declining nick security. companies were rewarred with
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tax breaks for creating jobs overseas, wall street firms turned huge profits by taking in some cases wreckless risks and cutting corners, all of this came at the expense of working americans. ultimately that house of cards collapsed. >> reporter: the president went to wisconsin today and will later talk up the economy on wednesday on ohio. both have tough midterm election races and polls show americans are not happy with the way mr. bam a is handling the economy. >> stimulus spending, permanent bailing outs government takeovers and federal mandates have all failed our nation. america's employers are afraid to invest over an economy wracked with undercertainty on what washington's next set of reclations rules tax hikes and regulations well look like. >> reporter: democratic supporters say the president was handed the problem. >> he inherited a banking
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economy or an economy about to fall off the end of the cliff. he inherited a recession. >> reporter: we are learning this morning from the white house the president will announce a 50 billion package this afternoon. to create more roads and prove the in fra strctsd dhur nationwide. live in wanton s sandra endo, dave back to you. >> everyone from law enforcement to media analysts they are trying to figure out the move by craigslist tot censor it's adult services add. on saturday it shut down the link and covered it up with that, the word censored. but so far no one with craigslist has explained the move. craigslist has been the target of a frup to have 17 state attorneys general who say the adult services listing allows prostitutes to advertise and that it could also encourage human trafficking. >> right now our focus really is on craigslist. we are tacking it 1 step at a time. we want to verify and confirm
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that craigslist is in fact shutting down because our focus really is on law enforcement within our borders and victims within the reach of this country's law in forcement activities -- >> -- past craigslist has fought efforts to shut down the adult sfortses section and it services section. >> authorities are yowtsing dental records to identify human remains. search crews or friday rappeled 600 feet down a cliff. they were alerted to the scene after a kayaker reported seeing a couple skull. >> we are treating the crime scene but we don't know -- [ inaudible ] >> -- crime scene -- [ inaudible ] >> -- also found. investigators say they appear to be those of an adult and have been there for about a year. crews also recovered a fanny pack and a neck laws and
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authorities are now analyzing thattest and working to get a positive id on the remains. >> time now 6:25. well today jerry brown the democratic candidate for governor will make a labor day appearance in alameda. he will shift his campaign into high gear. he will start airing tv ads for the first time today. and at 7:00 this morning his campaign says it will make a significant announcement on its website. jerry brown begins this morning with an appearance in los angeles. by lunchtime he will be in sacramento. then he will wrap up his day at an event at mlk's park in alameda, set for 4:00. meantime brown's opponent, republican meg white man, has been endorsed by the california chamber of commerce's board of directors. however, in response, the president of the university of california suspended his board membership and the chancellor of the state's community college system resigned from the board. those two men say they are
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against the chamber getting involved in a political election. well, foster city's hill barn theater bell is back in the lobby, six years after it disappeared. theater members are thrilled to have this bell ck but they are still trying to figure out who stole the 300 pound antique bell and where it has been. a construction worker actually found it at a san leandro salvage yard last week and connected it to the theater through an inscription on the bell. business records for 2004 are pretty sketchy so this mystery may stay unsolved. a literal run in with the law. the chain of events in the north bay that left one officer injured and a man behind bars. >> just minutes ago we interviewed a missing woman who has now been found. we will tell you where she says she has been over the last few hours. >> also in just 90 minutes a grim search resumes at an east
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bay landfill. it is a search tied to a truly terrifying case.
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good morning to you, thank you, for joining us here and happy labor day, monday, september the 6th, i am dave clark. >> good morning, i am pam cook, it is 6:30. we have new developments from concord, authorities found a disabled woman missing since yesterday. claudine wong talked to the woman and has a live update now. >> reporter: well, good morning, pam, yes, someone took this off and we called police this morning to threat them know what a wheelchair had been spotted y underneath this overpass that leads to the 242. police came out here immediately and went through that gait and in the last half- hour not only found that wheelchair but also found the missing 21-year-old amanda sloane sleeping there with her
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boyfriend, she had called 911 for help yesterday maying she had fallen out of her wheelchair and has fing chest pains and authorities couldn't find her. >> are you okay, are you okay. >> yeah, am fine why? >> people were looking for you after you called 911, what happened, where d you go. >> i has having really bad chest pain. >> and you then didn't wait for them. >> i was here. >> so you were having chest pavens -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -tell them you were. >> right here. >> you just said yiewrpd meet the -- the overpass. >> yeah, inurned net the freeway. >> well, late this morning -- [ inaudible ] >> -- search this area yesterday and she was not here but they did get information overnight she was making other calls and that is why they stopped their active search. there were about 30 people looking for her. because of the calls she made they aassumed she was okay but they still wanted to be sure,
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now they are, amanda sloane actually still underneath the overpass right now, she is with a couple of other people, she is fine, she has refused both medical treatment and help and you will hear from her on coming up on mornings on 2. >> police are searching for a gunman who shot and killed a man in a backyard. the body of the victim was found at a home yesterday. now we don't know the victim's name yet, police are describing the suspect as a african man in his 20s last seen getting into a white or silver compact car. this is the 11th homicide of the year in vallejo. in the park a suspected drunk drive is in jail this morning accused of crashing into a police vehicle. now, this happened yesterday when the driver, 27-year-old joshua hicks skidded across the
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intersection and crashed head on into a police suv. now hicks then tried to drive away but didn't succeed. he was arrested. by the way the officer who was in that suv was treated for injuries to his shoulder, his arm and his back. >> just about 90 minutes police officers and volunteers will return to a landfill in the east bay. they are looking for the body of the man believed to be the 5th victim of last week's deadly rampage. kraig debro joins us from pittsburgh with the latest details this morning. >> reporter: good morning. frederick salas has been missing since august 26th and police believe he has been here in the landfill for most of that time. >> they may have found a piece of a letterhead that had a hercules address but that is about it. >> reporter: police have marked off a square acre inside the landfill and using a backhoe to dig through tons of gab branch.
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it includes three police officers and 12 volunteers and they are looking for a body, not a survivor. they say he was brought here by garbage collectors. police say they know who is responsible for his dance. the same man who they believe murdered 34 our people. efrain valderamo is being blamed for the deaths. they say efrain valderamo stole or borrowed a cadillac, used it to put his body in a dumpster at a business park where he used to work. >> the issue here is that it -- the debris here is related to the north shore business park. >> reporter: police say valid deer month rough -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: -- owned by valdemoro's girl friend, salas and another man rented a room
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from that owner friction-year- old cindy tran, police say valid da morrow was jealous with tran living with three other man and that is the motive, valid demorrow now is also dead having been shot by police last week, reporting live in pittsburgh, kraig debro,. >> a special ceremony will honor an officer killed in the line of duty. two years ago he was shot and killed. in about 30 minutes a ceremony ill will begin. >> this is the last day the chp's labor day holiday crack down on drunk drivers. so far drunk driving arrests are up. cross the state the chp has arrested 990 people, 75 more
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than last year. here there have been 167 arrests, that is up slightly from last year. by the way the chp crack down continues medical midnight. >> all right, 6:35 is the time. back over to sal starting with the san mateo bridge how does it look? >> it looks pretty good. westbound 92 looking nice out to the high rice. the bayshore freeway if you are trying to catch a flight or pick someone up right now is a good time to go to sfo. 880 looks good down to the coliseum. westbound traffic looks good and now there is a crane in the picture pause they do some of that construction work in the parking lot there. 6:36. let's go to mark. >> hi there, sal. good morning to you. taking a live look here looking
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out over san francisco bay. a little bit of some haze out there but for the most part clear skies. temperatures today the warmest of the entire week and with this wind pattern in place fire danger on the increase. we do not have warnings. some changes already developing for tomorrow. current numbers you can see chilly in the north bay. 40s napa and santa rosa. san francisco 55. fair feel at 59. san jose clear and 58. this is the overall pattern for today. high pressure strengthens today easily the warmest day of the week. we will put this into motion beginning tomorrow and also into wednesday. temperatures bottoming out by midweek as this weather system moves in this will reinforce the cooling and we will introduce the possibility of
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drizzle first thing wednesday morning. the slight chance of sprinkles for wednesday. for today nice, 70s beaches, around the bay 80s, temperatures inland on track to reach 90s. here is the plan with a time line. today by 4:00 more sunshine. sea breeze will kick in this afternoon. it will become stronger as we do head into your tuesday. forecasted highs this afternoon, 80s and 90s. livermore and also morgan hill. your five-day-forecast a big drop off in temperatures on at the order of 15 degrees as we do head into tuesday, even more cooling for wednesday. then a little bit of a bump in the numbers for thursday and also into friday. another weather update coming up in just a few minutes. >> well, it is a race to
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safety. thousands of people in southern mexico are on the move but surprisingly some people say they should stay right where they are. >> and a buck in your pocket could mean dinner at any local participating mcdonald's under the dollar menu but at one specific one in san francisco that is no longer the case. i will have that story for you straight -- >> -- right now the traffic looks pretty good. we will tell you why that could be a bad thing for one reason.
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well, good morning to you, welcome back. here is a quick look at some of the top stories we are following for you right now at 6:41. last night friends and family members gathered in hercules rememberric the 4 members of last week's deadly rampage and there was also a candle lit for the man police say was responsible for those deaths evran valued value. they say their efforts were to promote piece and understanding. not judge the actions of others. today the president makes a labor day address i wisconsin and will call for long-term investments in repairing the roads and railways and airports to stimulate the economy. and over the weekend craigslist shut down its controversial adult services section and put the word censored over that link, no one at craigslist is explaining what it means or if it is a
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permanent shut down of that section. >> well, some people in san francisco say a change to a mcdonald's menu is an attempt to chase away the homeless. jade hernandez joins us now with more on the story. >> reporter: good morning, a buck in your pocket used to many dinner from a dollar menu at any local participating mcdonalds but at this specific mcdonalds here that is no longer the case. a dollar doesn't go as far as it used to. we are live near here. the chronicle reports this morning the owner of the mcdonalds in this neighborhood took away the menu about a month ago. that means no more mcdoubles f a buck, only very small hamburgers, homeless people are upset saying it was pulled to get them to go elsewhere. this particular mcdodges has had problems with the homeless so in the past management has locked bathroom doors and called police. the mayor and several merchants
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are also pushing a november ballot measure which would ban sitting or lying on sidewalks. there are plans to build a whole foods across the street. this article states the franchise owner says she doesn't offer the dollar menu based on a number of factors. also a mcdonalds marketing director quoted in that same article says those factors can include customer demand and consumer price index. all of this comes down to nearly two quarter, the items on the menu has risen 49 cents but for those pinching pennies it is the difference between dinner and some say going hungry. live in san francisco, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >> 6:44. thousands are evacuating now in southern mexico to get away from heavy rains and flooding. several rivers flooded communities. more than 50,000 people are effected. just look at these pictures. officials say that number could
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even triple as the water levels keep rising. there is also concern bought some people who don't want to evacuate to try to protect their homes and possessions from thieves. in caught in caught a mala guatemala hope is fading for these people. >> in november voters will decide whether to make california the first state to legalize marijuana. the law enforcement agencies are concerned it could place a big burden on police. they would have to determine if someone on the highway using marijuana is too high to drive. unlike alcohol there is no
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breath test for marijuana's active ingredient and saliva tests used in other parts of the world have faced serious legal challenges. >> well, rising concerns about the west nile virus today after two dead animals were found in san mateo county. a dead squirrel and a raven tested positive for the virus last month. the raven was found in portola valley, that squirrel was found in redwood city. vector control is yays viesing residents to report any dead birds and squirrels to the officials. this holiday weekend the zoo is celebrating this, the hatching of three flamingo chicks. pam wants all three. >> they are pretty cute. >> these are chile and flamingo chicks. while they are still 40 and white their parents are pink.
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if you go there and wear a visible article that is pink you get a dollar off today. for other events happening today find a full list of activities by going to our channel 2 website, ktvu.com and then click open the weekend extra tab, it is right near the top of the page. >> and if you just want to hang on the couch and relax. >> yeah. >> stay with us throughout the day. >> of course. >> because it means -- labor day means the nda telethon -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -- muscular dystrophy -- >> -pam cook -- >> -- dave -- >> -- sal -- >> -- tori -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -- money- >> -- it -- >> -- fun -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -- facility -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -- need help and with neuro -- >> -- yes -- >> -- answers -- >> -- we -- >> -- help -- >> -- money -- >> -- yeah -- [overlapping speakers]
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[ inaudible ] >> -- as dave said that is the primary goal for us being there. let's go out and take a look at the commute on westbound bay bridge. traffic looks good coming into san francisco. you can see them already trying to get myself pumped up for this. let's go to the next freeway picture, 880 that traffic looks pretty good driving out towards the san mateo bridge and the morning drive is okay open the peninsula 101 and 280. 6:47. here is mark tamayo. >> hi there, sal. good morning to you and i am happy to report some warm temperatures for today. in fact today will be the warmest day of the entire week. that is after a cool start this morning. santa rosa, napa 40s, san francisco right now at 55. livermore 57. san he say upper 50s at 58. high pressure strengthens for today as a result temperatures up a good five to 10 degrees from yesterday's highs with that offshore flow in place. look what happens beginning tomorrow. a big change, especially by
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wednesday. warmest locations by wednesday only lower 70s. a few extra clouds. there is a good pet of drizzle wednesday morning and a slight chance of sprinkles. so we could have wet roadways 48 hours for now. for today looking nice. we do have this, elevated fire danger. not a red flag warning. winds could gust to 30 miles an hour and low humidity levels. here is the plan. mostly clear skies this morning. 52 to 57. there is patchy fog around monterrey bay this morning. temperatures warming up by 12:00. more sunshine by 4:00. there is the temperature range from 72 to 95. we will break it down coast side temperatures on track to reach the 70s, and the bay on
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either side of 83. for the interior 90s, know to 95. san rafael 89, napa 90. concord 94, san jose 89. los gatos 91. a big change beginning tomorrow with the major dropoff in those temperatures by wednesday. extra clouds. those readings only in the 60s and 70s. a bump in the numbers by thursday and into friday. another weather check coming up in just a few minutes. >> toyota's preus is still the best selling car in japan. the announcement means it has held that top spot to 16 consecutive months, more than 22,000 of the hybrids were sold in japan last month, beating out the honda. there are several reports that former ceo mark herd is in talks to join oracle. sources say he will not become their chief executive, a title
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which founder and chairman larry ellison has held since 1977. he is close with him and calls his dismissal one of the worst personnel decisions hp has ever paid. he was forced out of hewlett- packard after being accused of sexualarassment. >> did you hear about joey chestnut? >> yes. >> a defeat for joey chestnut, the surprising competitor who beat the world champion eater. >> there is a fight at the farmer market. what the musicians are doing that venders say are chasing away customers. >> the traffic looks good and the roadways are empty. i will tell you why that may lead to more serious traffic problems. it's great. i eat anything that i want.
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teenaged son. find out what went wrong on a family fishing trip. those stories and more on mornings on 2. now back to you. >> a record breaking crowd at this year's burning man festival in nevada. more than 50,000 people showed up to take part in the event this weekend, up 20% from last week. this festival celebrates art, music and performances. it ended last night with the burning of a 40 foot structure of a man that is the symbol of the festival. >> eating contest champion joey chestnut was defeated. sonia thomas is the winner, she calls herself the black widow.
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she ate 181 wings in 12 minutes. wow. >> all right. let's check in with sal to see what is happening open the roads now. >> you guys mentioned that burning man is over, that means a bunch of hipsters coming back to san francisco. let's take a look at westbound bay bridge. the traffic is moving along well. no major problems into the city. also this morning's commute is okay on this labor day, 880 north and southbound is moving along nicely. on the peninsula -- the southeast bay, my bad. that traffic is moving along okay. here is mark. >> temperatures warming up nicely, mostly clear skies out there. there is fog around monterrey bay. today shaping up to be a nice one. san francisco lower 80s. vallejo 88. 90s toward concord, fairfield, antioch, san jose 89, enjoy the warmth from today because look
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what happens, a major drop off in temperatures for tuesday and also into wednesday. by wednesday warmest locations only in the lower 70s. another forecast check coming up during the 7:00 hour. >> venders at the san francisco ferry building are not working in harmony with street musicians. for the past two weeks managers have been cracking down on where they can play during saturday's farmer's markets. some vendors have complained the musicians are too loud. managers have been asking them to relocate but the performers say the crack downs is effecting the amount of money they make in tips. >> today is a good they to go fishing, if you don't want to buy a fishing license. labor day is one of two free fishing days a year here. state fish and game officials are inviting you to check out the sport without a license. also a good day for alaska ors to introduce fishing to a
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friend or relative. all the fishing regulations stay in effect. >> that is a nice idea. all right. we are following breaking news from concord this morning. >> reporter: everything is okay. >> yeah, i am fine. why -- [ inaudible ] [overlapping speakers] ♪ [ music ] >> -- come to an end. claudine wong will have a live report next. stay with us. [ inaudible ] send comments to comments@captioncolorado.com captions by terry james, caption colorado, llc.
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